Anyone who works with food is a potential source of contamination so must be trained in good practices to ensure high food safety standards are maintained at all times. This Level 1 Food Safety in Manufacturing course is made to improve the food safety knowledge and skills of learners and at the same time the most cost-effective way to achieve compliance. It provides further understanding of the principles of food safety. Course also helps you to apply the knowledge gained to prevent food poisoning and food complaints. This course is for workers who do not handle or participate in the preparation of high risk or pre – packaged foods.
LEVEL 1 FOOD SAFETY IN MANUFACTURING
This Level 1 Food Safety – manufacturing course combines a number of practices which as a result will give you a good understanding and practical working knowledge on how to reduce health hazards. These include premises hygiene, personal hygiene, risk control, as well as pest control and waste management. This Level 1 Food Safety course is about minimising the level of potential hazards in a food manufacturing setting.
As a result of this course you will be making much safer environment and therefore also appreciate the fact that you can apply what you have learned at home.
MODULE 1 – Food safety law and your responsibilities
- What is Food Safety?
- Food Safety Legislation
- Corporate Liability & Due Diligence
- HACCP Principles
- Premises Hygiene Standards
- Personal Hygiene Standards
- Cross Contamination & Reporting
- Food Safety Enforcement Action
MODULE 2 – Control of hazards from delivery to service
- Hazards from Delivery to Service
- Contamination Hazards
- Food-Borne Diseases, Causes, Symptoms & Illnesses
- Food Poisoning, Sources, Symptoms and illnesses
- Food Packaging & Containment
MODULE 3 – Risk control and preventing contamination
- Food Poisoning – Its Control & Prevention
- Principles of Safe Storage
- Preservation Methods
- Temperature Control
- Cooking, Hot Holding and Re-Heating
- Food Premises & Equipment
- Safe Storage & Use of Chemicals
- Safe Cleaning & Use of Disinfection
MODULE 4 – Food pests & control, food premises, equipment and
food handlers and personal equipment
- Food Pests
- Personal Hygiene Practices
Our online training courses meet:
- United Kingdom and European Union Legal requirements
- Approved by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
- Are fully online courses with assessment and no time limits to complete
- Unique High Definition video, tutor led training with audio
- On completion you are free to download your certificate as often as you like
- If you fail to achieve a pass, then continue until you do, at no extra cost to you…and that’s guaranteed!
Additionally, at the end of the course learners will also take an online multiple choice assessment test with a pass mark of 75%. These online multiple choice questions are marked simultaneously so you will instantly know whether you have passed the course. However, if you don’t pass, don’t worry! In that case, you can review the course material and take the assessment again as many times as you need in order to pass and at no extra cost. In the meantime, of course we are providing customer service and technical support as well. Once assessment completed, you will be able to download and print your certificate as many times as you like.
Online / distance courses (no attendance)
You have 7 days to be able to cancel online/distance bookings on this fire course. In fact, this also includes any of our other online training courses made through Pennine Training Services.
If your role involves directly handling or preparing high-risk foods next you will need to do is to take our LEVEL 2 FOOD SAFETY COURSE in order to comply with food handlers’ legal obligations. Click HERE to go to the Level 2 Food safety Courses.
Otherwise, you are able to chose any other course we offer that will fit your needs by clicking the on button below.
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